‘A safe space to be shit at sport’

DUMP FC is a mixed-ability, mixed-gender football group that defines itself as a ‘friendly and safe space to be shit at football’. 

The gloves are on: the boxing charity helping young people bounce back

PHOTOS: Hundreds gather for Grand Iftar meal on College Green for first time

Image of a participant walking at the Bristol Ball, organised by Bristol Ballroom Community (credit: Darren Shepherd)


Bristol goes to the ball

Ballroom culture, which Bristol photographer Darren Shepherd describes as 'the personification of queer resilience and queer joy', has been enjoying a resurgence in our city.


Photoessay: Lakota at 30


Photo essay: Rainbows and revellers at Bristol Pride

PHOTOESSAY: A playground for queer live art

The House of Savalon's residency at the Queenshilling is a stepping stone for emerging creatives.

Drum and bass on two wheels

Hundreds go along for the ride as Dom Whiting DJs live drum n bass set on a bike.

Bristol Bears tackle the top spot

The women's rugby team is having a great season so far, with a new coach, a new training ground and a meteoric rise in the league table.

PHOTOESSAY: Protestors demand action on climate crisis

With negotiations ongoing at the COP26 climate summit, Bristolians took to the streets on Saturday to march for a greener future.

PHOTOESSAY: March against male violence

In light of recent events, protesters took to the streets last weekend to demand men are held accountable for violence against women.

St Anne’s: in the block and woods

A series of photos showing a community group in St Anne's learning photography, in a free workshop run by two UWE Bristol volunteers.